Leigh Centurions are not just going in search of back-to-back wins tonight in Super League – they’re also looking for their first win against Wigan in well over 30 years! There have been victories in friendlies since then, of course.
This article originally appeared in League Express. Get news like this first by buying the paper every Monday in stores, or online on a Sunday evening at totalrl.com/le. Leigh halfback Ben Reynolds has insisted he will not relinquish his place
Leigh Centurions forward Danny Tickle has promised that the club will relish the atmosphere in Friday’s mouthwatering ‘battle of the borough’ between Neil Jukes’ side and Tickle’s former club Wigan. After victory against St Helens last weekend, Leigh head to
They haven’t played in the league for over a decade – but Wigan Warriors captain Sean O’Loughlin believes that the ‘battle of the borough’ between the world champions and Leigh Centurions is on par with derby matches against St Helens.
Leigh Centurions are celebrating their first victory of the season with a thrilling 24-16 victory over St Helens in front of over 9,000 spectators. Leigh got off to a tremendous start, posting three converted tries in the first half by
Wigan v Widnes (8pm, Sky Sports) World champions Wigan have named an unchanged squad for Friday’s televised clash against Widnes Vikings. Coach Shaun Wane confirmed at Tuesday’s press conference that he would bring Willie Isa into his 17 for the
Leigh Centurions coach Neil Jukes has revealed his disappointment following Friday night’s 17-14 defeat to Leeds – but said that the Rhinos will be back at the top end of Super League this season. Despite being down to 12 men
Two crucial plays by Liam Sutcliffe helped secure a tight 14-17 victory for Leeds Rhinos tonight against Leigh Centurions at Leigh Sports Village. He kicked a field -goal right on half-time and then added a 40-20 just before the end
Martyn Ridyard, Glenn Stewart, Dayne Weston and Liam Hood have not been named in Leigh’s 19-man squad to take on Leeds. The quartet all featured in Leigh’s opening-day defeat to Castleford but have been replaced in the squad to take on
A Rugby League fan who beat life-threatening cancer will carry the ball onto the pitch this Friday for Leigh Centurions’ first home game of the season. Riley Agent, from Leigh, was chosen for the honour after Centurions’ owner Derek Beaumont